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Mangal Fonts and Tunga Fonts in (MS Home and Student 2010) Word 2010 not getting converted into PDF

Dec 12, 2012 11:32 PM

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Why do I get a totally blank PDF file whenever I try to convert any (Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, Version: 14.0.6029.1000) Word document file containing either Mangal Fonts (Hindi) and Tunga Fonts (Kannada) into a PDF file (by using Adobe Acrobat X Standard - English, Version: 10.1.4, Program File Size: 1790 MB, Complete/Full Version) after formatting and reinstalling all the necessary software / softwares (Microsoft Windows XP, Home Edition, Version 2002, Service Pack 3 and Windows XP Service Pack 3, Version: 20080414-031525, Program File Size: 9.08 MB)?

 

I'm using

 

01) Microsoft Windows XP, Home Edition, Version 2002, Service Pack 3

 

02) Computer: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.00 GHz 3.00 GHz, 504 MB of RAM

 

03) Windows XP Service Pack 3, Version: 20080414-031525, Program File Size: 9.08 MB

 

04) Microsoft Office Home and Student 2010, Version: 14.0.6029.1000, Product ID: 82503-388-0792296-26607, Program File Size: 490 MB

 

05) Adobe Acrobat X Standard - English, Version: 10.1.4, Program File Size: 1790.00 MB, Complete/Full/All Version/Features has/have been installed

 

06) Windows Internet Explorer 8, Version: 20090308.140743, Program File Size: 4.20 MB

 

Any Word 2010 document file that has been converted into any PDF File unfortunately does not show either the Mangal (Hindi) Fonts or the Tunga (Kannada) Fonts.

 

The PDF file will unfortunately become/remain totally/fully/completely blank.

 

When I convert an Excel Workbook having the Tunga Fonts (Kannada) to/into a PDF File, some of the Tunga fonts in the PDF file are legible and some are unfortunately illegible (get superimposed / overwritten on each other).

 

Perhaps I may get the same result if I try to convert an Excel Workbook having the Mangal Fonts (Hindi) to/into a PDF File with some Mangal fonts being/becoming legible and the rest being/becoming illegible (getting superimposed / overwritten on each other).

 

Tanveer

Syed Tanveeruddin, Karnataka, India

 

Message was edited by: tanveerindian

 

Message was edited by: tanveerindian

 

Message was edited by: tanveerindian

 
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    Dec 13, 2012 12:16 AM   in reply to tanveerindian

    How are you creating the PDF? Are the fonts licensed for embedding? I am not familiar with international fonts and that may be an issue, but generally as long as the font is embedded it should work. Is the font listed in the document properties font list (ctrl-D)? What job settings did you use?

     
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